Information for Parents and Caregivers
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The purpose of our Parent Handbook is to provide parents, new teachers and volunteers with a ready reference to operations here at Cambrai Primary School.
We have tried to include all the details which you might wish to know. This booklet contains sufficient information to answer most of your immediate questions, however should further information be required, we invite you to contact the school.
Please keep this booklet handy, as it will prove to be a useful guide. The school newsletter advises of any
|changes that may occur in relation to our
policies and/or procedures. It is a good idea to jot notes into
this booklet as changes occur during the year - in this way, you
will be able to keep your information current.
In relation to issues concerning a student's education, it is recommended that, in the first instance, you contact his/her class teacher.
We believe that quality communication between students, parents and teachers is essential for a child's ongoing success at school. Keeping the lines of communication open will benefit all members of the Cambrai Primary School community.
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Times: Wednesday, Term 1-4: 10.00am - 12:00 noon
Playgroup consists of a group of parents and their pre-school children, aged 0-5 years, who meet together regularly to share their experiences of raising children and to afford their children to opportunity to play with similar-aged friends. Playgroup can also give the parents and children a 'break' from the frustration, which often accompanies this stage of child development.
The fee is $1.00 per family per session. Currently, the school provides a Playgroup Coordinator, Mrs Bronwyn Loffler.
Books on child development are available for parents to borrow.
|OCCASIONAL CARE (Download link above)|
|A Professional Early Childhood Service for 2-5 year olds held during the school term.|
|Wednesday 12noon - 3pm||Age: 2-5 years|
|The occasional care program is a
service offered to children between the ages of 2 and 5. Your
child does not need to be toilet trained and we will support the
During the sessions we help your child to enjoy their time away from you. Activities are set up so that they can engage in a wide range of experiences. We encourage positive communication and safe play to ensure the well-being of each child.
Need to bring: Please provide some lunch to be eaten early in the session. Also fruit or vegetables for an additional healthy snack in a named container for our afternoon break. your child will also need a broad brimmed hat, backpack for hat, snack box, spare cothes, nappies etc.
Need to do: Please book up
to 1 week prior to each session,
Phone/inform us if unable to attend session on 85645028,
Sign in upon arriving/and pick up,
Payment upon arrival (please bring correct change when possible),
Apply sunscreen when appropriate.